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YA Eco Mysteries, Memoirs, Novels & Travel

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Passionate Traveler iBooks Enhance Travel

Best Travel iBooks Enhance Travel Experience

A traveler bombarded by new experiences can easily become overwhelmed by the exhilarating rush that travel can bring. The best way to boost your sense of wonder and delight is to remain open to new experiences— to connect with them on a human level.

The Passionate Traveler the Iberian Peninsula

Here are some practical ways, excerpted from The Passionate Traveler iBooks, which will enhance your travels—before, during and after the trip. Read More...

South Africa Birmingham Alabama Connection

South Africa and Birmingham, Alabama Shared Histories

Six years ago, we were delighted to have the opportunity to celebrate Mandela Day with exchange students from my hometown, Johannesburg, South Africa, at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in Alabama. The joyous crowd in historic Kelly Ingram Park, the site of the Freedom marches in 1960s, swayed and clapped to the rhythm of the Zulu dancers and a choir, regaling the audience with stirring freedom songs and traditional dances.

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